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fconCB n HERAT GIVEN THAT BAWL? Mohoa. ftq., has retired Tram the to o4 NrOoau. Barren * Motion. Attw??/nt Law, It22 F street northwest. Washington. D. C., to take affect May 31, l?l, 411 amounts due said Orni nhould be paM to A. B. Swrra. ma., of Hid Arm and all ctalnas againat said firm should be Immediately pre Mated to bla at the sbo?e addrese. A. B. gfcBVKX. BARRY MOHUN. tfOTTCE iS HEREBY GIVFN THAT A. R. Barren. foruiirly of th- law Arm of McOowan tk Screen and of Ha wo'mw. McGoxcaa, Ser *a A Mohan, and Ryland W. Joy*, who haa been associated with the letter Arm for the pact four rear*, hav this day formed a CrtMnblp for the general practice of tba w oodar the firm name of Serves ft Joyce . and Till occupy the ofllcra formerly occupied by MKiomn, Serrcn * Mobnn. at 1423 F street northwest. A. H. SEBVltN. BYLAKD W. JOYCE. Jane 1. 1911. irr prices os high-class printing will isrprlso yon: bed rock posit i rely: macb lower than moat good printer* chance. Th?re Is rarely some pood reason why my plant la si nays busy. Find out th<> reason and yonr printing troubles will cease. FBANC. E. SHETBT. 519 10th St.. Jnst below F. fc) PERFECT OBOANIZATION-fZlDO OF 8% dlridend-paying preferred stock: nraat be sold la 30 daya; no bonuses; straight, legitimate. For lnterrtew address Box IM, Star offlce. jlBMOVAL NOTICE. - CHAS. W. KINO HAS mored from 1311 O at. n.w. to Room 7S, Kel logg btdg. WTIJ, THE LADY WHO WAS THRO\ against the vestibule ?>f the car at the sai time an elderly gentleman waa thrown off car about 11 p.m., April 11. 1911, near Tth Feonsylrsnla are. n.tv.. please send bar nsbie and address to CHAPMAN W. FOWLER./At torney. 018 F st. n.w. 7g* I?1LL THE GENTLEMAN WHO GAVE SL^P OF paper with car number (G25) on It to /lderlj gentleman thrown off car about 11 p.m. April 11. 1911, near 7th and Pennsylranls a*. n.w.. plaaaa sand his name and addraas tc OHAP MAS W. rOWIJR, Attorney. 9lf F fi. n.w.y |TT PRINTING DOESN'T BELONG I* THE waste basket. That's why there H aoonomy | te Shalry printing. If yon want printed mat tor that will stand oat V>ldly and defiantly on ? bogy man'a desk I can rlre It to yon. I don't mean to be boastful, not, rou know, "a Mg string of flab shouldn't be carried np a side ?treat." FBANC. E. SHKIR'K 519 10th at.. Jest belor- F. fcoNSOLIDATED CARLOAD SHIPMENTS FOB pacific coast and far west at reduced ratsa. ?ECCRITY STORAGE CO.. T140 1BU. at. Pack ers and forwarding agenta. Fireproof stMfk Dry cold storage. Safe drpoalt raalta. bcROLART INSURANCE AND REGULAR IN anectlaa for boaeee closed daring summer. SE CURITY STORAGE CO.. 1140 15th. Packing * Fwwardlag AgenU. Safa Deposit. Gold B Bangs. ' NOTICE. The National City Bank. Washington, D. tt. located In the city of Washington. District of Colombia. Is closing Its affairs. All notehold ers and other creditors of the association are, therefore, hereby notified to present the notaa and other claims 0>r payment. K. QUINCY SMITH. President Dated at Washington. District of Colombia. May 17. 1911. The liquidation is for the purpose of con solidating with the Commercial National Bank of Washington. D. C? under the name of "The Commercial National Bank of Waahlngtoai." fcffB ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS tthe Franklin Inenranec Company will ha d In their office on Monday, June S, 1911. to elect twelre directors for the ensuing year. Foils open from 12 m. to 1 p.m. Transfer books will be closed from Msy 98 to June 8, lncluslre. W. P. YOCNG. Secretory. OFFICE OF THE GEORGETOWN GAS LIGHT Company. 1118 28 tb street northwest. May 20. 1911.?A meeting of the stockholders of this company for the election of directors, con sideratlon of resolutions to authprlse a bond : I true, and the tranaactlon of other business win be held at this offlce. 12 m.. Monday, June S. 1911. Polls open It m.. closa 1 p-tn. ROBERT L. MIDDLETON. Secretsrr and General Manager. A Print Shop That Makes Good. Too can count on The Big Print Shop to do yonr printing exactly as you would hare It done?bringing out features that will add to the business winning power of the Printing. All work turned out promptly. Judd & Detweiler, Inc., THE BIG PRINT SHOP. 420-22 11TH. ROOF VENTILATORS ? ? ? ? Will make the hot. stuffy lofts and top ? ? ? ? stories of your building aa cool aa a ? a ? ? cucumber. Let us tell you all about ? ? ? ? rentllators and aubmlt estimates. Ernest Qichner^'.^'V.Tr ASK ANY BUILDER Millwork, Moldipgs and Trim. GEO. M. BARKER, ?who la particnlsr shoot what goes lato his w<tfc where he purr bases his MILL WORK and "BABKEBS"' will be the answer. C7Hare us eat 1 mate. 649 N. Y. are. 1517 7th 5t. I BUILDING MATEBIAL. Thone M. 1348. IT'S NOT AMATEURS, BUT EXPERTS U WANT I WHO KNOW HOW AND STAND BEADY WITH SKILLED MEN to make thorough repairs and then apply the FAMOCS GRAFTOKIO PAINT. ! which protects todsr H.<W) ROOFS IN WASH INGTON. Grafton&Son, inc.. JOHNSON'S PATENT ODORLESS Kitchen Ventilator Bemores Carbon Monoxide and all objection able odors, making the kitchen comfortable and aanltary. 2.000 In aaccessfnl operation In this city. In renting an apartment or baying a bouse, be aure It la equipped with the' "Johnson Klt?hen Ventilator." Estimate., cheerfully furnished. A. S. JOHNSON. !>?<> 9th at. n.w. Hard, Tough Iron Ore and pare Linseed Oil Is Just wbst roar roof Seeds to keep out rust, to prevent leaka, to ssre heary tinner* bills. IRONCLAD ROOF PAINT ills the Mil?ask your prsctlcal friends! T DfhWffl A riR??>flne r.jr, i.ith st. n.w. 1 I\ti11*"vLloimpipr. Phone Main 14. ?I NEVER DISAPPOINT." ?When yon want printing that'a considerably ab*?e the sr*ra<e place your order with THE SERVICE SHOP. Estimates glren. BYRON S. ADAMS. ^2 mhR.?. Take a Bottle of "Tennessee" On Your Trip ?This whiskey Is fsmoos for Its quality and flarnr. Considered uoequaled for ffi J1 hlghbal's ard Juleps. Large bottle for C u Shoomaker Co., Phone M. 11S8-M. JOHN G. HODGES, Bookbinding Expert. Estimates gladly auhmitted. Star Annex, nth and Pa. Ave. Owners of Autos and Vehicles. ?will tod thla the best equipped repair shop in town. Expert mechanic*?reliable materials?reasonable charges 6- J. Meeks Sons. Am,0<?^TlZart* Rufus H. Darby Printing Co. Why pay high prices for com monplace printing when you can pet the best here at moderate cost? 905-907-909 E St. N.W. Largest Printing Plsnt In the City. A fresh stock of Moth Bags and PAPER, LOOSE-LEAF LF.DOERS. PRICE BOOKS AND MEMOS. A Full Line of Blank Books. We close st 9 p.m. E. Morrison Paper Co., 1009 Pa. Ave. N.W. ^mong Bo,y..Darling's The Printing SiX HAtRY^DARLINO. At Best 414 Slutk 8t Painless Sellers of ,h* ^ Prices PALMISTRY. UK. DAOLD. lllfc WKLL K.NDvi.N CALMu-i. His resdlug of yoor bacd giren you such ral Lable adrlce tiiat u.igl.t sare yon serloj* as ??te? 1?g? Q ?) n w. P'-??^e DAKcnra fcLOYEB'8. ?li 22nd ST.; PRIVATE LKSSOXI, Me; waits and 2-step gosr. ? laesoaa- new dsncea taught: class and dance. Tries.. Thar* and gat, erewlngs. 2Rc. Phone W. 11B. I*HE DAVISONS' ASSEMBLY DANCES. NATL Rifles' Armory, erery Tues. snd Rat. area.: elas* 7: dancing, 8:3". Academy, 710 fltb n.w. lessons any hour. Class sad dance Frl. erea. Austin B. Chamberlin Better. Secretary Oenerai Austin B. Chamber Bn of the Supreme Council, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, who haa been Brloualy ill at his apartments In the oust of the Temple. 3d and ? streets fcorthweat, since Monday, was reported greatly Improved today. |IN WAKEJF STORM Trees Broke* and Uprooted and Houses Unroofed. DAMAGE AT WHITE HOUSE One Tree Is Split and Falls, While Others Suffer Extensively. HOTJS2 STRUCK BY LIGHTNING _________ Howe of Patrick Collins on Lincoln Avenue in Danger?Base Ball / Game Broken T7p. f Sleeping out of the northwest a vio lent rain and thunder storm struck Wash ington about 3 o'clock yesterday after noon. In its wake were left hundreds of broken and uprooted trees and un roofed houses. In the section bounded by Florida avenue and M and l*Hh and 1st streets northwest the storm was particu larly severe., the east and west streets being Uttered and partially blocked by fallen treee and fcroken branches. The storm broke up the base ball game at American League park, and sent the spectators scurrying under the concrete stands seeking shelter from the rain. The wind tore away the canvas erected at the top of the grandstand as a sun shade, but fortunately all the spectators had left the stand and no on* waa in jured. Lightning struck a tree not fifty feet away from the grandstand and shat tered it. but none of the crowd under the stand felt the shock. Hundreds of trees throughout the city suffered damage, a number of them hav ing been uprooted and branches blown from others. Houses were unroofed by the wind and one was struck by lightning. It was the home of Patrick Collins, 1613 Lincoln avenue northeast, where his wife and children were awaiting his return to dinner. Mrs. Collins and the children were greatly alarmed by the bulging of the rear wall and the damage to the roof, but they remained in the house. White House Tree Falls. One of the big ash trees in the White House inclosure was split and fell across the heavy iron fence into the street, breaking one section of the fence, and narrowly missed falling on a small watch box. A watchman was in the box at the time the section of the tree fell, and he quickly abandoned his place of shelter. Broken trees in front of the White House attracted the attetnion of hundreds of pedestrians. A big limb had been broken from an ash tree in the north east corner of the grounds, while from another ash tree in front of the Executive Mansion a smaller branch had been broken. One of the bay trees on the lawn suffered slight damage, while flow ering shrubbery was beaten down by the rain. Across Pennsylvania avenue, almost directly in front of the White House, a Spanish chestnut tree, better known as the "wishing tree." suffered slight dam age. Farther north along 16th street a number of trees were broken, several branches having dropped in front of the home of Admiral Dewey. Franklin Park was also visited by the high wind and several trees broken, while a number of trees along 15th street northwest just south of Pennsylvania avenue suffered. Reports from several other sections told of damage done the trees by the storm, and early this morn ing employes of the parking commission IN THE SCENE ON I STREET BETWEEN 1STH AND 14TH. were at work clearing the streets of the debris. At Gallaudet College the tall flagpole on the lawn was struck by lightning and splintered. The pole had been there many years and its almost complete demolition means that residents of that \ trinity will miss seeing the big Ameri can flag that has been an attraction. In the vicinity of Florida and Lincoln avenues the Btarm did considerable .dam age. In addition to the partial wreck ing of the house of Patrick Collins, the storm attacked the grocery store of F B. McGivern. northeast corner at Qutnev street and Uncoln avenue, and demolish ed his show windows. New Houses Unroofed. The fence on the east side of a mov ing picture garden at Florida avenue and North Capitol street was blown down, | while across the street at the Coblents apartment house several awnings were carried away by the wind. Several new J houses at 8d street and Rhode Island avenue northeast were unroafed. Plate glass windows at the Occidental Hotel, 1411* Pennsylvania avenue north west. wer? smashed, the damage amount ing to about S1?>. In Coldenstroth's Hotel, 1413 Pennsylvania northwest, several small panes of glass were broken, the damage amount'ng to only about $18 At 7th and P streets northwest an up rooted tree found a resting place on a fruit stand, scattering the fruit about the pavement, but nobody was injured. A lamp post at Massachusetts avenue and 5th street northwest was demolished by a broken branch from a tree on the cor ner. Because of the great number of branches which had broken and fallen upon the streets it was necessary for the police j to place lights upon the obstructions. The police of the eighth precinct were able to borrow two dosen lamps from the water department. There was practically no damage done by the storm along the river front. Along the upper river the occupants of small boats had ample warning to enable them to reach shore in time to escape. The rain ended a drought of long dura tion. In the nearby Maryland suburbs I no rata, with the exception of one very I light shower, had fallen for over six SWAT THE PLY. ? * pHw are disease carriers. |'he and breed In filth. jnfect food and drink. gbould be kept out of dwellings. SWAT THE FLY. School Children Are Taught Danger From Insects. WRITE ESSAYS ON PERIL Little Ditty, Memorized by Pupils, Helps Them to Keep Mat ter in Mind. Hundreds of children of the public schools of this city are being enlisted dally in the'great oampalgn against the house fly. They are being taught in their nature-study classes the terrible potency of the fly In spreading disease, and bow they and their parents can best combat the evils for which the fly is so largely responsible In the school books from which the llttlea onse are taught many pages are devoted to the ravages of which the "musca domestlca" is capable. The ne cessity for keeping doors and windows well screened Is Impressed on the chil dren; also the nee'd of keeping gaitage cans closely covered; of keeping dirt from accumulating; and of refraining from eating food which has been contaminated by files. The children are taught to avoid the grocery store that is not well screen ed and not kept clean. A little ditty sfbout the fly of which many of the chil dren are especially fond is: "Ita fly flies oat of the garbage eu And walks all oyer the steak and ham. Then wipes his feet on the grocery man ?ad flies away." Subject of Coznpodtlons. The children also are allowed to write compositions concerning what they have learned about the fly. In all of these the reflection of what they have learned Is seen, it is asserted. The compositions are usually replete with advice to the reader to kill all flies, to keep the house well screened, and so on, often concluding with a discretion of the fly as a carrier of disease germs. In a number of schools there are pictures showing the head and feet of the housefly greatly enlarged, to show the hundreds of minute hairs on which the germs of disease find a resting place. The akls of nature in warring against the fly, as well as other harmful insects, the -children also are taught. They !earn that the frog and the toad, whioh, because or their repugnant appearance, often suf fer at the hands of the small boy, are veritable walking fly-traps of the greatest aid to man. In many of the schools the teachers have brought a frog or toad, which has been kept in captivity for a time 1? the schoolroom. Each day the children bring as many flies as thev can catch and giv? them to the frog. By the rapid darts of the frog's tongue and the equally rapid disappearance of the flies it Is ssld that the children learn what a good friend to man the little animal Is. WAKE OF THE STORM. ;; 937-939 F Street, J No Branch Stores. FURS STORED SAFELY?MINIMUM CHARGES. just the wearables you are need i Friday Specials. Some big reducticiis in ing. I $1.00 and $1.B0 Trimmed Sailor Hats r $1.00 and $1.50 Untrlm 58c ' 9c med Hats $1.00 and $1.50 Untrim med Hats 50c and 75c Flowers. RE DUCED to. bunch $1.00 and $1.60 Flowers. TjQf. REDUCED to. bunch $2.00 Ostrich Feather Bands, In black and white. Ct] r/ni REDUCED to $5.00 Trimmed Hats C| Oft REDUCED to $10.00 and $15.00 Trimmed Hats RE- /Own* DUCED to Whits Serge Coats; 50 inches lone; *11 sisea. CI A tfVfh Worth $15.00 811K Pongee Coats; 52 Inches Ion*; all slses. CflflXfVfo Worth $15.00 *IIMW Braided Silk Pongee Coats; JIVm ....Wor!h. $8.00 Natural Linen Coats; 54 Inches long; all sizes, ei (fjft Worth $6.00 JWP.yO Natural Linen Skirts; latest styles; all sixes. Worth $1.50 White Wash Skirts, made of union linen; all sizes. ?fl A/pi Worth $1.60 diI?W $1.00 Suits and Dresses, | Worth $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50. *5 00 Choice. White Lingerie Dresses, Dimity Dresses, Linen Dresses In white and natural, Pongee Silk Dresses. Messallne Dresses, Serge Suits, Basket weave Cloth Suits, Fancy Worsted Cloth Suits, Black and White Check Cloth Suits, Linen Suits. All colors and sizes. At this price we can make no alterations nor send CL O. D. $17.50 to $25.00 Dresses at $110.4 Taffeta, Messallne, Foulard and Chiffon Dresses; all c n /Tk aa colors and sixes; latest styles. Worth 917.60 to $25.00. 9 II Q B'Uv Reduced to ANNOUNCEMENT. 'op SiniCop Real Estate Brokers, Haw l&emowsdl to Tkdiir Offioss, ?f if >? N.W. SEBGT. TTRAUfF.Tt EESIONS. Detailed as Private on Duty at the Casualty Hospital. Sergt. O. 8. Kramer, attached to the ninth precinct, has resigned his position and been detailed as a private by Chief of Police Sylvester at the Casualty Hos pital. Ill health prompted Sergt. Kra mer to tender his resignation. Acting Sergt. T. K. Lake of the fourth precinct has been promoted to sergeant and Private Martin Riley of the third precinct has been promoted to acting ser geant. IN THE WiflTK HOUSE GROUNDS, SHOWING BIG TREK SPL.IT DOWN THE CENTER AND DAMAGE TO FENCE. weeks, and the lawns and gardens of the commuters were practically ruined. Cooler and comfortable weather fol lowed In the trail of the storm, and a promise of continued moderate tempera tures tonight and tomorrow was made by the official forecaster at the weather bu reau today. The temperature last night dropped to as low as B3. and it Is not ex pected that it will go higher than 80 to day. EIGHTEEN GET DIPLOMAS. Commencement of National Cathe dral School for Girlt. Eighteen girls were awarded diplomas at the eleventh commencement exercises of the National Cathedral School for CHrla held yesterday in fit. Alban's Church. Bishop Edward Melville Pufcar of New Hampshi?jj| officiated at tbe >w class and the diplomas were conferred by Bishop Harding. * The following are the graduates: Miss Eleanor Barbara Barker, Philadel phia, Pa.: Miss Janet Chamberlin. Devils Lake. N. D.; Miss Jane Phillips Conkey, Hammond, Ind.; Miss Katharine Margaret Conklin, Saginaw, Mich.; Miss Margaret Spencer Corkran. Centerville, Md.; Miss Amoret Sweet Dey, Syracuse. N. Y.; Miss Priscilla Alden Griffin. New York city; Miss Hulda Griffin Jacobs, Akron, Ohio; Miss Rebecca Josephine Johnston, Akron, Ohio; Miss Mary Wright Kebler, Pittsburg. Pa.; Miss Eleanor Carson Hie, University. Va.; Miss Ruth Elisabeth Mcllvain. Ingram, Pa.; Miss Elisabeth Ross Miner, Wtlkes barre, Pa.; Miss Mabel Allerton Moore, Bingham ton, N. Y.; Miss Katharine Van Santwood Richardson, Atlanta, Qa.; Miss Dorothy Robinson, Washington, D. C.; Miss Dorothy Bell Whlley, Lancaster, Ohio; Miss Claudia Hopkins Wright, Newburyportf Mass.,. MMMMHIf# 20% Commission WANTED) ? Several good salesmen by an old established Arm to sell lots and acreage lots In a high-grade subdivision near Washington, on Street Car Line; will pay 20% commission to salesmen. Property exceptionally well located and prices very low. reasonable and fair, with terms of sale to suit On cash sales all oommlsslon paid in cash. On Installment sales, one-half of money paid for property paid out for commission until all oommlselon paid in full. Need not give all of time to business. Salesman must furnish his own prospective purchasers. We pay no advertising bills and make no advances of money. Give age, previous experience and how much time you can give to the work. Address Sraisirtan Salesman, Star Office REAR RRPORT CIRCLE A PINE HOUSE TO BE 80LD Without Regard to Cost ESPECIALLY SUITED FOR A Congressman or Doctor. 8 STORY, STONE FRONT. 12 ROOMS AND 2 BATHS: HOT-AIR HEAT. Very large 2-story stable. Cost $16,000 in Trade Less Than $10,500 Will Buy CAN LEAVE *7..V? TRUST FOR TERM OF YEARS. Liebermann & dawn, 1303 F Street. FOR RENT Desirable space on the third floor of The Evening Star Annex building, con taining 1,400 sq. ft. of space. Light on two sides, 7 windows; heat, light, janitor and elevator serv ice. Permanent tenant de sired. May be subdivided to suit tenant. Apply? Business Manager, The Evening Star. DETECTIVE PINKEETOK HEBE. Stops on Way to Coronation to Con fer With Maj. 8ylvester. William A. Plnkerton, chief of the Plnk erton Detective Agency, who has been summonded to England by Lord Churchill to take charge of the police end detective work during the coronation, waa in Washington yesterday conferring with Maj. Sylvester regarding his intended trip. Detective Plnkerton came to Washing ton to confer with Maj. Sylvester, a mem ber of the board of governors of the National Bureau of Identification, and to secure several albums of criminals ob tained from the identification bureau here. Maj. Sylvester was Invited to attend the coronation oersmrwHas, but waa un able to tsks the trip to England at this time. ? Corner 14th Street N.W Baltimore Whistert Win. The Baltimore team won the annual contest of the Southern Whist Associa tion. wtolch closed Tuesday night at the Orafton Hotel. In the association are the whist clubs of Washington, Baltimore, ffbrfolk and Richmond. Hie contest lasted two days, and the trophy, which is held by the victor. Is a handsome silver cup. Twelve pla; Instead of the usual eight. yers were allowed each team The Poothern Whist Association at Norfolk. Ta.. May SO, and the cup at that time was won by the Washington team. It was decided to hold the next annual contest at Rich mond, Va., May 29 and 30, 1912. 1910, Return of Chief Clerk Viles. Voler V. VUes, chief clerk of the cen sus bureau, has returned to his office after an absence of two weeks following the death of his wife, whose body he took to her former home, In Ml Mr. Viles has relieved Disbursing Clerk ohannes, who has been anting ehM ~ in Mr. Vlles* absence. ? uhIhIhBHHI I Ml I"1 Mil M'-I'M I 1 I ?M-H-I-M'M'I-I"! M I 1 I 1 1 M-M-M M-M !??!? Now Is the Time For you to make your selection of these beau tiful homes we are showing on Nineteenth Street Between Lamont and Park Road, inn "Ingleside." These houses have a magnificent outlook over Rock Creek Park, the most beautiful park in the District of Columbia. The houses are the best and most attractive homes offered for sale under $io,ooo. They have nine spacious rooms; two beau tiful bathrooms; every room has sunlight; they are beautifully finished and decorated; the floors are oak; dining rooms finished either in mahog any or oak, as desired, with drop-beam ceilings. They have hot-water heat; laundry; refrigera tor; liberal closets; porches front and two-story porches in rear. These houses are just being completed by LEWIS E. BREUN1NGER, Builder. TWO SOLD THIS WEEK. Price, $7,750. Terms reasonable. Compare these with any similar priced house. You will note the superiority of these houses. Five houses on I v TWENTYwEIGHTH STREET of a similar ' Sample houses open in each row. : SALESMEN ON PREMISES. N, Lo SANSBURV CO., Exclusive Agent, : 7 J 9-2 8 113th St. N.W. I 1111111 I 11 I 11I I1 1 I 11 1 1 I I 1111 111 M I I 1 I 1111111111 111 Middaugh & Shannon, Inc., New Homes On aoth Street at Park Road entrance. Facing the Park. We can sell vou one of these homes on a monthly outlay of $48.50, of which there is an average monthly credit of $31.52. No suburban home boasts a more beautiful outlook than these Park road homes. THE PRICELESS PRESENCE OF THE PARK, with its stately trees, its quietude, its sweet, fresh air, bestows upon these homes the intrinsic value of DELIGHTFUL ASSOCIATION. We own all the ground in 20th st. facing Rock Creek Park. We bought it 50 per cent less than any one else ever purchased land here?long before any houses at all were built here. Con sequently we are in a position to offer you the best values ever bought for such a sum. Price, $7,650. Nine large rooms, three toilets and shower; sleeping porch; hardwood floors; hot-water heat; large front and very deep back yards, with old oak shade trees. The terms are $1*250 cash and $48.50 a4 month, including every dollar of interest. This is a very low monthly payment, as the houses will rent for more, but we do not care to sell for renting purposes. Our sample home, 3345 20th st. (Park road), is now finished and open for inspection every day until dark. ANY MT. PLEASANT STREET CAR WILL TAKE YOU TO PARK ROAD; then walk west to 20th st. and Park road. - MIDDAUGH & SHANNON, Inc., OWNER. No place like home, no homes like ours. Selling Agents, Shannon & Luchs, 713 14th st. AMUBKMMITg. New National Nights. 2Sc, Mr. TV. ?t. Mats.. JSc. Mc. T?Ob ABORN SJSS?" OPERA Ca Tonight. Krt. and Oat. Nights. Sat. Mat. THE TALKS Or BOmUK. Next Week-"II Troratore." "I* Bmu ob Ml* for all BELASCO rom AT S She BOe 75c MATS. 25c SOe m VAOABORDS IN Old HdidfcllbxRrg Kext Week?Seats Now. ? mi mwm th HENRY MORT1MEE. With QAYETY ALL THIS WEEK. MATINEES DAILT. PARISIAN WIDOWS. EXTRA?WRESTLINd MISS MAY KELLEY Meets all comers In her claaa at erstj performance. Next week th. house will oiose tor the sesssa Will reopen esrly in AifRust. COLUMBIA TONIGHT. 8.13. | Mat*.. Thurs. A Sat. THE KtlSMis HATERS ? 2S Qao. M. Cohan's Musical Comedy. Forty-five Minutes From Broadway. All the song rum hers. Chorus of twenty. Augmeatad orchestra. 50c 75c Rnt Waak?"'STRONG HEART." Base Ball Today 4 Washington 4 p vs P M. Detroit M. r.LtN'ECHORARU ^ \l>MIS<IO\ nu L OPEN 1 TO 11 P.M. DAILT. SPECIAL FIREWORKS DISPLAY TONIGHT! Always Some thing Doing. COSMOS OONTINTOU8 1 TO 11 P.M. Matinees. 10^: Evenings, lOe and 30a. Vaudeville and Pictures hevy Chase Lake. Conoert by section V. 6. Marias Baai ?r?7 evening, Sundays Inelnded. Daae lng weekday evenings. Admlsaloa f*aa. 1 ta 6. 7 to 11 p.m. SIX BIG FEATURE VAUDEVILLE ACTS. Osaipleta cbaage of show on The ooolost plaoe ta towa. Thirty faaa. Perfect ventllatV EXCURSIONS. Enjoy the Ever Popular "Moonlights" First trip Monday, June S. Palatial eearner St. John* leaves 7th street, wharf at 7 p.m.; re turning 11 p.m. Splendid music and dancing. Cafe service un surpassed. Round trip?adults, 28c; chil dren, 15c. $ THE ATLANTIC CITY OF WASHINGTON. Special Week-end Trips. Saturday at 2:3? P.M. Sunday at 9 A.M. Boat leaves 7tb street wharf. Splaadld Beech, Boardwalk. Salt Water Bathing. Fish ing. Crabbing. Hotels, Boarding Houses, OSt tagea, Dancing and sll amusements. Dally schedule stsrts June 24. Fare seaaon trip, good until Kept. 4th. gl.Ort; ?ne-dsy trip. 50r. <8 ? M@W Miwr View Se&somt Opsins MONDAY, Sfth. More attractive than ever. Excellent Dining Room Service. No T.iquors. On the Maryland Shore of the Beautiful Potomac. Eleven miles below Washington. Brilliantly illuminated. Dancing and other amusements. Chil dren's playground, athletic field. Boat leaves 7th street wharf 10 a.m.f 2 and 7 p.m. Round trip, adults, 25c; children, 15c. & ?P Southern Railway Employes* Relief Association Excursion to Marshall Hall, June 3rd. Steamer Charl** Msrslester. Leers Washing too 10 a.m. 2 30 and 6:30 p.m. All kinds of amusements f?r young snd old. Why uot go sad spend a pleasant day with us? Tickets. So centa. U. S. Naval Academy Graduation Week Warships, Midshipmen. Vsvsl Tactics. Baatf Concerts. A Delightful Vacation Trip via W , B. A A. R. R. ("an from lfith and N. T. a??. MASSAGE. AaV.VA B. JOHNSON. 1U4 l&TH N.W., UAX? of New York?Magnetic. alcohol, developing aad ! reducing treatment; patients treated at ! homes; sppointments by phoae. North * FOR LEASE OR SALE. 14th and 1Sts. ,1! i iMontrose Hotel Property: Improvements for Satisfactory Tenant ; STORY & COBB, Agents, no2 Connecticut Ave Telephones North 6050-6051. !